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How to Get Ready for a Chance of Snow | SERVPRO of Marietta West

1/24/2023 (Permalink)

snow on grass with down spout covered with snow Let SERVPRO help when pipe freezes happen. We can make water damage from your pipe freeze "Like it never even happened."

Snowfall can be a welcome sight for many, and if you live in a snowy area, you’ve undoubtedly already prepared for a winter wonderland. Snowfall can be erratic in places like Marietta, and
when it does fall, even if it’s only an inch, we might be caught off-guard by the dangers that snow brings.

Wild blizzards might be uncommon in our area, but unexpected snowfall can happen occasionally. Even without snow, the frigid temperatures brought on by winter weather might still surprise us. Preparing for the unexpected is the best way to face this sporadic winter threat head-on.

Whether Marietta is blanketed in snow, rain or slush, being is critical to keeping you, your home and your loved ones safe.

Prepare for the Worst

An emergency kit is helpful in any catastrophe scenario, but especially in harsh winter weather. Since many of the necessities you’ll need are likely already in your home, putting together an
emergency kit is actually fairly simple.

Water, batteries, flashlights, cell phone chargers and non-perishable food are likely items you already have on hand. There are many other items you should keep on hand, depending on
your family’s specific needs, but anything that could be useful in a crisis situation will fit perfectly in your kit.

In addition to the kit you keep at home, you should store one in your vehicle. That way, if winter weather makes a surprise visit while you’re on the road, you’ll be ready.

Ready-Up Your Home

Even if no snow is anticipated this year, we are certain to experience some bitterly cold temperatures. If you’re freezing, chances are your pipes are, too, so safeguard them to avoid a

Some other essential tasks that could protect your home this winter include clearing your gutters, caulking your doors and windows, and checking for dead branches that need to be
removed. To guarantee that your chimney, roof and HVAC system are in good working order, get them examined and maintained.

The most crucial step in preparing for winter is to understand the weather in our area and keep track of local forecasts. Knowing what’s on the way will allow you to fully prepare your home.
Make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather notifications wherever you go so that if snow falls unexpectedly, you’ll know what to do.

If winter gets wild in Marietta, contact SERVPRO to help you weather the damage! We can rapidly be at the scene to assist you in recovering your losses.

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